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thanks for watching. have a great kentucky weekend. by the way, this is a mint julip. healthcare law train wreck. democratic senator harry reed agreeing that obama care may go off of the rails . aren't we paying enough for all of tholce new taxes. plus. may day. unions demanding the halftime deporting immigrantings. does big labor have the interest of undocumented workers in mind or all about saving themselves. cash in looking out for your best interest right now. i am eric boling, welcome to cashing in . john and tracey are in the studio and joining us is president obama's former top economic advisor in the boot school of business mr. austin goldsbee. first. democratic senator mabaccus said the healthcare law could be headed for a train wreck. >> unless we implement it properly it is a train wreck. i agree. >> we are not spending enough money to implement it properly. >> yes. we have the menu, but we don't have way to get to the menu. >> start with that. that is chalk full of taxs and fees to pay for it. and that spending more money and taxings. and it is a train wreck. doctors
. first, max balk us said the healthcare law could be headed for a train wreck. harry reid says he is right if we don't spend more money on that. >> he said unless we implemented properly it will be a train wreck and i agree with him. >> we're not spending enough money and not implementing properly? >> here is what we have now. we have the menu, but we don't have any way to get to the menu. >> eric: that menu is chalked full of taxes and fees to pay for it. with a gives? >> how does harry reid believe that spending more money, more taxes is going to have any beneficial effect? obamacare is already a train wreck. you have insurance premiums going up. you have people getting hours cut at work. that is the result of central planning. central planning which obamacare always leads to the instruction of values. i tell for president to say this this is just a glitch. it's people's lives and money. that is why obamacare was doomed to start. >> eric: let me get austin in here. economic guru at university of chicago. what about it 3.8% surtax and 2.3% medical device tax, fax-fee is enough is
: this is the healthcare center here in oakland. of the 9 women in the limo 8 were current or former nurses at this facility. four of the survivors and four of the dead. one of the survivors returned home last night to her apartment across the street. >> reporter: throughout the day people came by with flowers. the management said their focus is on the staff. cowboyers have been prout -- counselors have been brought in. she was released from the hospital last night. also taken to the hospital was a 42-year-old. the other two survivors of the limo fire were taken to san jose. today she was upgraded to serious condition. she remains in critical condition. the limo was on its way to a bachelorette party. today we learned she was one of the victims kill in the fire. she was also a nurse at a hospital where the bride-to-be neriza fojas also worked as a nurse. she also perished in the fire. three of the victims haven't been yet identified. ken pritchett, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> cities and medical marijuana dispensaries are planning their next move after a ruling today said they can ban medical m
for san francisco is $4.4 million unfunded healthcare costs for the employees of san francisco and we have to make those right so that they don't come back and hurt us and so these kind of fiscal things it's not because we are lucky i think it's because we have made smart division and is we have to continue that process of making smart decisions and we have to continue creating public/private partnerships and not run the government the way we used to run it and try to have good government cover and everything that is why it's important to have the business community get us good jobs and invest in education all of these things are going to help us be more successful and so focus more on that and try to keep my colleagues on the board of supervisors saying this is the smartest thing do and if we have money let's make a good investment of it. >> okay let's talk a bit about economic develop as it has been frontally mentioned here today we have the -- pleasure of hosting government rick perry recently for i think -- public blissity stunt but on a more serious level there has been a definite i
, quality of healthcare since the beginning. the foundation's sole mission is to improve the care and comfort of patients at the general. that mission continues today. and as we expand into the recognition of world renown research and training excellence, that takes place in the hospital's campus each day, the hospital is the hub of cutting edge medical research and is the training, real of meeting for tomorrow's healthcare providers the union bank support of the foundation we are working to secure the future of healthcare in our communities. i'm proud to introduce the final award des who are prime examples of quality, excellence and leadership, and we see in the hospital each and everyday. with 22 years of combined experience at the general, oncology resource workers carolyn land and rashel oakland help canner patient and their families cope with this debill at a timing distance with grace and compassion. years of navigating the patient population of the complex system of coverage and healthcare these women work to meet each individual's needs and carol helped one young famil
healthcare in the nation for being the best place to work and receive healthcare and certainly a leader in technology and healthcare as well and case veer certainly helps our entire community thrive and then one s f which, is out of the organizing committee and one s f and i hope you take time to get very familiar with what this organization is doing for san francisco and how you can utilize this organization to become a part of the american's cup experience. one s f is mobilizing san francisco's corporation and is citizens behind the many many community and legacy benefits of the america's cup and there are many. cruise ship terminal infrastructure projects and so when you become a one s f partner you will drive that local effort and help provide the funding support and there are so many exciting ways you can become aligned with the cup this exciting year and so one s f of the america's cup organizing committee and really the mayor will say more about that and robert half international i have to thank them for helping me find my great business manager this year just on the side and
company speaks out on how corporate p.r. is killing healthcare and deceiving americans. what a pleasure to have you on "viewpoint" this evening. >> thank you. >> john: how have hospitals kept these incredible cost discrepancies secret from us all these years? >> healthcare providers and insurers have really spent a lot of time to make sure that their costs are kept secret. they call it proprietary information. and they've been able to get away with this for all of these years. just now the government through the centers for medicaid and medicare services has released what is really important information that we should have had all along. >> john: indeed. what role, sir does the private insurance play in driving up the insurance costs and how does that contribute to differences in price. $100,000 or $7,000 for identical treatments. >> what this shows is a complete failure of the unregulated healthcare marketplace both healthcare providers and both healthcare insurers, this is unknown in other parts of the world. in other developed countries. if you think these numbers are bad, just look
and what will add on even more is that the subsidies that were supposed to help people get healthcare, turns out many people will find that their costs are going up. 6 million people who thought they were going to get subsidies to lower the costs of healthcare are going to end up paying more. the whole thing at a time four years after supposed recovery when we are finally getting a little bit of steam all this this comes along and we are art artificially hurting the economy again. >> greta: if obamacare were out of the calculus would the economy be doing better or still have other existing problems depressing it? >> we have problems depressing it but right now, those problems are starting to be overcome. credit for small businesses. nonbank sources starting to fill in the gap. banks easing up a little bit better than what they were doing 6 months or 12 months ago. is economy would be doing better. obamacare is the big thing. people don't know what they will get hit with. next year we will find a lot of businesses that have less than 50 full-time people who in an expansion would easily
. the company says healthcare reform is costing it money for research and development. under obamacare, siemens and every other manufacturer of medical equipment such as mri machines has had to pay a 2.3% excise tax on each one sold. collectively, it's totaled more than $450 million since january first - money, the companies say, that cuts into their budgets for research and development. "we see this as a challenge to our business, impacting our ability to invest in r&d dollars." the medical technology industry says it's also a jobs issue - nearly two million people work in the medical technology industry. although most analysts say it's more about how much of what's made goes to the portfolios of siemens shareholders and how much is reinvested in r&d? "they're trying to return the maximum profit to their shareholders. that's what their job is, right?" in 2011, siemens healthcare reported overall revenue of $16.3 billion. it spend $1.56 billion in r&d. "over the last year, these companies have gained 20% in stock price. the market has determined that this tax won't affect them much, and that's
it all out. with unitedhealthcare, i get information that matters... my individual health profile. not random statistics. they even reward me for addressing my health risks. so i'm doing fine... but she's still going to give me a heart attack. we're more than 78,000 people looking out for more than 70 million americans. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. >>> welcome back. i'm fredricka whitfield. this is what we're following here in the newsroom. firefighters battling a huge wildfire could get a break today. wons that have been up whenning up those flames are dying down. and crews have contained at least 30% of the fire. >>> but at least 4,000 homes are still being threatened by the fire. many families have evacuated. >>> in pennsylvania, fbi is now assisting investigation into the death of a pittsburgh doctor. local authorities think autumn klein died from cyanide poisoning. the district attorney's office says klein's death is being investigated as a potential homicide or suicide. we'll have more on this story in the 3:00 p.m. eastern hour of the "cnn newsroom." >>> now
liberties. >> forcing people against their will to purchase healthcare policies that are against their relingous beliefs. >> he doesn't believe we can trust americanes it make smart healthcare choices. >> when the mainstream media stays silent, what a monstrous mass murderer of innocent babies finally goes to trial, they stay silent? they are helping freedom destroy itself. >> you'll notice, there was nothing in that montage about guns at all. the nra's power depends on channeling the mainstream of gun ownership in america. don't confuse the 10 million gun owners with the gang on stage. while they did win the short term victory, that bill could prove to be the nra's undoing. it is a classic wedge issue vote in that it separated the nra from mainstream gun owners. if they lean into that vote as they appear to be doing, and mistake it for victory, they might spell their own demise. americans will see them for wh they are, a right wing fringe organization. raerng than the mainstream representative of governors everywhere they become less powerful. nothing better exemplifies that shi
responsible. i am concerned about healthcare and retirement process, but i am concerned thalt federal policy under clinton and bush to push people to buy homes with government-backed risky loans led to the economic down turn and we can't ignore that. >> rick, is it better to be frugal. >> that is the issue and we are a few years away. it is natural investors are the first this and those of us who get involved in the residential real estate see a bright future in the rent market. it will take a couple of years to see how it normalizes. >> morgan has been delving in this. what do you think morgan. >> homeownership and economic growth are tied to a relatively new concept. >> there is it a relationship between the two. there is no correlation. we have a thriving economy and great relationship . it is low and that is project would. and that does reflect on how the economy is . the fact so many people are underemployed and they are lack lustre and we have high lemps of college debt. >> it reflects on the fact that taxings are too high. that is prevented. that is government involvement in the housi
for myself. with so much noise about health care... i tuned it all out. with unitedhealthcare, i get information that matters... my individual health profile. not random statistics. they even reward me for addressing my health risks. so i'm doing fine... but she's still going to give me a heart attack. we're more than 78,000 people looking out for more than 70 million americans. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. >>> welcome back. houston somebody playing host for the annual nra meeting this weekend. live pictures from inside where the meeting is taking place. thousands of members are expected to attend the gun show, seminars and rallies. it's the gun lobby's first annual meeting since president obama started pushing for tougher gun laws after shooting massacres like newtown. sarah palin criticized obama for exploiting victims of gun violence. cnn's athena jones is there live for us this morning. what is happening where you are? >> reporter: good morning, randi. things are just kicking off this morning getting under way. we've been here for several hours. folks started linin
of claims and health-care issues out there. we get stonewalled. unfortunately i think that there is this notion that they will outweigh the secretary or under- secretary, if necessary, and of their protection is in place unfortunately it will protect not only good employees but that employees as well. >> what is the answer to that? what do you do if you have a culture? how do you break it? >> i would like to see the secretary not just meeting with leadership, but rank-and-file. there are 300,000 employees from the department of veterans affairs and the vast majority are doing a good job, but there is a problem somewhere. there is a disconnect. we want to help. we want to be a partner with what is going on. working with the ranking member on the committee, we have offered all the money that they have asked for, all the technology, all the hardware, the people, yet they still fall further and further behind. what concerns me is that we are about to have a surge coming back and afghanistan. how are they going to handle these great number of claims. a lot of the veterans s
was released last night from critical condition. >> throughout the day people stopped by the healthcare center to give their condolences. 8 of the women were current or former nurses there. managers say counselors were brought in to help the staff deal with the tragedy. our coverage continues on www.ktvu.com. you can watch the chp update on the investigation just look for the video link on the home page. >>> a mobile home fire killed two adult said and one child. it broke -- adults and one child. it broke out at 1:45 a.m. this morning. this afternoon they identified the two adult said killed. both are 33 years old. the child hasn't been identified yet but neighbors say they lived there with their son. >>> investigators are trying to determine what caused a fire in a parking garage at an apartment complex. fire crews arrived at 4:00 a.m. this morning. two cars burned ask several were -- and several were damaged from heat from the flames. >> we get cars that catch on fire after they sit for a while. there are lot of things that can start fires. >> residents went into the garage before firefighte
the president's affordable healthcare act. it comes at a time when the nation is experiencing a physician shortage. >> two more deep breaths. >> reporter: nurse practitioners at walgreens can diagnose more than coughs and cold. they can now treat chronic conditions such as high blood pressure, asthma and diabetes. but the american academy of family physicians worries that patients won't receive complete care if they rely on in-store clinics. >> if someone gets a piece of their healthcare here, their diabetes, a piece with high blood pressure someplace else, we miss a chance to treat the whole person. >> reporter: walgreens says these clinics fill a need. >> we believe that every patient should have a primary care physician. the reality is that today not everybody does. >> reporter: and that's another reason why the industry expects the number of retail clinics to double over the next three years. randall pinkston, cbs news, new york. >> nurse practitioners will refer patients to a doctor or hospital if they come in with a condition they are not equipped to handle. >>> all right. let's get
support, that talk with the patients and their families and make sure that the continuity of healthcare extends from the doctors all the way to the families and those have carol lamb and rachel or kin and thank you very much for our your heroism today. >> (applause) . >> not only do we have a world-class trauma center we will continue having that, we have got a new hospital on the way. the biggest general obligation bond we have ever had but i am so proud of it and we will all be so proud of this wonderful hospital and the fact that it continues to be linked to the fantastic research doctors and medical staff of uc s f, that is a great combination that very few cities have across this country. this hospital, creates 3,000 jobs in it's rebuild. thirty% are san francisco residents that is 500 san francisco residents working with their hands to build the brand new hospital for our future generations. they have done it right. it's on time, $63 million to local businesses as a result of the construction of this hospital. so i'm looking forward in 2015 to join all of you in opening
for healthcare access through such programs as healthy san francisco. so please join me in welcome can mayor edwin, lee. . >> thank you crystal and may i give you your value tine. >>> thank you. >> mayor khan, made in san francisco ... all right, good morning everyone. okay. i'll try not to isn't that correcty. and i isn't that correct isn't that correct key. and [spelling?] and so i want to thank all of you for being in san francisco and webcore and others who have been such a great part of the success in this city and i want to thank my great friend mayor khan for coming over here and later on, later this year we are going to be traveling over the new span of the bay bridge and joining each other with governor brown as we celebrate in september with largest construction project in the history of the bay area and we talked about it last year when we were thinking about how to celebrate this bridge crossing and we made some cultural connections. and something about our ancestors helping to build the railroads here in the 1800 and is now two chinese americas mayors of our country
are the opportunities. well we have already had a shout out about healthcare and we have got i know highland hospitals here and kaiser is here is children's hospital is about to with uc s f and that is an important trend because as we grow as a region if we no longer -- although we will have to debate about certain teams it's something that is not necessarily drab for oakland and oakland is not something that should necessarily be bad for san francisco because in the rest of the world they call us the golden triangle and san francisco is a financial strength with oakland at the -- which, is they see us as a region and they come to look at investing in our area, they pretty much make a round and they don't just go to oakland they look at us and see us as a region. so healthcare, main strength of the kaiser is [inaudible/incomprehensible] to be an ensator in healthcare and that is one of the characteristic traits in oakland and we have had this year, after a decade, finally you launched the oakland -- in the worth of oakland by a point over there and our interim director debra allen is here all right -
, we had 18% growth, jim. we were so excited about that, in our largest business, consumer healthcare, we had 20% growth. we are doing well with that. importantly, it's giving us a launching pad like pet care. >> let's talk about pet care. you are making some moves. this is not the same old perrigo. it's regarded not as proprietary in that you are buying labels that i didn't think were perrigo's. you're making more money. >> that's correct. we got into pet care. i think everybody knows how much you care about your dog and cat. if i ask my wife, me versus my dog, i'm not sure how that would work out. nonetheless, we felt that if we can get into pet care, we can bring out a quality product, make it more affordable, make it a win for the consumer and retailer will get better margins, obviously, indeed, it's a triple play. >> we're hitting into triple plays. let's drill down on something. we have been saying the economy is coming back, but the consumer is not -- this one permanently scarred the consumer. they discovered that these are the same. isn't that what really happened >> that's ex
a year after the supreme court upheld most of obamacare the battle over healthcare show nothing sign of letting up. in some inertances even heating up after democratic senator max warned it could be a train wreck. south carolina entered a bill that there will be criminal penalties for enforcing the healthcare law. donald trump joins us. nice to talk to you, donald. >> hello, greta. >> greta: you talk about healthcare and it is a two-fer. record increases in premiums and inferior care in services and now the state of south carolina saying any one that enforces it, hasn't been signed by the governor but they want to make it criminal to enforce it. what do you think? >> every business that i know of is having a hard time with obamacare. peep don't understand it. it is written poorly. extremely expensive and every single business that i know of is having problems and frankly what south carolina did is amazing because a lot of people are feeling that way. but businesses are having a tremendous problem not only with the costs but the complexity of it and they don't understand what it means
, but wages are going down. it's an economic issue. there is a real squeeze. health-care costs up, wages down. people who are serious legislators on both sides of the aisle recognize this is a point we have to attack.-- act. if you think about it, in the past, dealing with issues like tax reform or entitlements, 1983 and 1986, it tends to come with a divided government. george bush tried this with social security and he did not get very far. in part because of the top politics, no question about it. the third rail of the new york subway system, you grab it and if youe electrocuted. grab it together, you spread the shock. that is the opportunity that i see really in the next several months. we have to take advantage of it. >> i have had some senate democrats, not the senate democrat up here, but those who will be unnamed, it did not realize they would never have an easier negotiating partner on the other side of the -- vanand president obama? president obama? some of that is out of fear. they think president obama will howmore of a compromiser. many republicans sort of believe that is true? >>
the brakes on a key healthcare advisory board. so what is behind what looks like a republican show of strength? chief political correspondent carl cameron live in washington with that. so, is the g.o.p. picking more fights here, carl? >> reporter: in short, yeah. it's been six months that they've been studying what went wrong in the last election. it's now sick months until the next election and republicans are quietly stepping up their offense fighting back. that means more second term bloops for president obama on capitol hill. minority republicans in the senate boycotted a committee vote. it was on jena mccarthy. earlier this week they delayed a vote on the labor secretary's nomination. that is the second time they slow walked him. house speaker john boehner and mitch mcconnell yesterday up end the ante even further with a letter to the president refusing to appoint anyone to the obama care's independent payment advisory board. critics have been calling that the death penalty for quite some time. here is what the letter said, quote because the law will give ipads15 elected unacc
that the president's healthcare reform law is as some have called it a train wreck. fueled by growing evidence that health insurance premiums for millions of americans will skyrocket. it will just be too tough to implement and then there is the recovery to the economy. is it going quick enough? yesterday's job numbers show a drop in the nation's unemployment rate and then the number of americans who run employed or under employed or simply have stopped looking for work. that number is going up. let's bring in our political panel, lots to chew on today. tim miller, executive director of american rising pack. former chief of staff to senator joe man shin a democrat from west virginia great to have both of you here. welcome. >> thank you, jamie. >> ask about this particular time. 100 days when the president came out to address the media he basically said one of the things. get stuff done. congress' job. is he right? >> well, look, the president is continuing with what has been a whine about congress strategy that he and his team have put in place for the last few months. it's clearly not working
in this part of south wales. this is modern healthcare turned upside down. in many parts of the world, children cannot get vaccinated at all. not so in britain. for decades, the measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine has been freely available to everyone pay for by the states. for the whole. a consciousde decision not to vaccinate their children. that has led to children of that age getting measles. 15 years ago, the offices of the evening post were buzzing with controversy. dr. claimed the vaccine caused autism in children. suddenly parents were refusing to vaccinate their children. that is a good story. the current edition of the paper is not around them. the evening post did not -- did run any number of stories raising concerns about the vaccine. he does nothing that was wrong. >> a thank you to judge the and yes iat run, would run the exactly the same way. >> doctors are still furious that an atmosphere was created which led to them being portrayed as the bad guys. >> eire call being accused of willfully giving autism to somebody. -- i persisted, >> the leak was entirely false. now is a differ
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5's ann notarangelo explains healthcare companies sponsor nurses to help with their staffing needs. ann. >> reporter: that's right. eight of the nurses involved in the incident came to the u.s. to work at their fruitvale healthcare center as part of the foreign nurses program. and they are part of a long history of filipino nurses working in the state. [ pause ] [ no audio ] >> just go to any hospital, and you know, the chances are that the nurse taking care of you will be a filipino nurse. >> reporter: he is legal counsel for the philippine nurses association northern california. a ucsf study reports one-fifth of the registered nurses in this state are filipino. and he says we shouldn't be surprised. >> the philippines was a colony of the u.s. the educational system in the philippines was based on the u.s. system. >> reporter: by 1940, the u.s. government had set up 17 nursing schools in that country, mostly to serve the filipino population. but many nurses decided to leave. >> they were trained with american nursing standards and nursing practices and nursing books from the u.s.
is the importance of having healthcare and health insurance and the importance -- it is all the more reason why we need obamacare plus more than obamacare. because people who don't have any health insurance are screwed, right? they may just not have the option. at all. at least, you know, if you're in an area where you have little choice of hospitals but you've got health insurance maybe you can afford to pay that difference between what medicare would pay and what the hospital would pay. you don't have any health insurance, you know what? this is what happens. people will just not have the operations or procedures. they won't have the kind of -- take care of themselves. get the kind of healthcare that they need. they'll end up getting worse. >> it's sick. that's how big of a difference it is. they're just trying to take advantage of your awful situation. >> bill: why do they charge so much? because some people will pay it. $5300, right and $253,000. wow! unbelievable. when we come back, reid wilson from the "national journal" hot line joins us for a little roundup of the politics of the day. >> a
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as the warmer weather goes into the weekend. >>> the new report that puts healthcare facilities under the microscope. >>> also reports of a man and woman going overboard, what those rescue crews are doing right now to try to find them. ♪ ♪ [ engine revs ] [ female announcer ] small... [ engine revs ] wicked... ♪ and now... ♪ topless. ♪ the fiat 500 abarth cabrio. ♪ . >>> police say surveillance video shows a man and woman going overboard last night. the crew realized they were missing after the ship docked in sidney at the end of a 10 day trip. >>> back home in nevada they are dumping some in other states, they have some new problems this morning. >> it is the hospital for the mentally ill and they claim the hospital bussed out 50 patients making the other states spend money taking care of those patients but if the hospital does not fix that problem they may loose some very important federal funding. >>> and a non-profit healthcare organization released a report card and 26 bay area hospitals received a grade of a. >>> later today, the pitcher jeremy takes on a new role, a
of healthcare reform. "about 20-30 million people will gain healthcare access in the next two to three years. that is a massive amount about to hit the market." damien conover at morningstar predicts as a group, pharmaceuticals may grow as much as 5% annually, with dividend yields of close to 4%. the financial crisis did more than damage portfolios. a new study shows a whopping 93% of financial advisors experienced post-tramatic stress disorder following the economic fallout in 2008. symptoms include sleepless nights and intense feelings of anxiety or fear. as the market swings to new highs, the study says many advisors are changing investment strategies in order to avoid getting caught in a downward spiral. the report did not menton the health conditions of their cleints. quintiles is joining the team of strong ipos this quarter. stock in the drug-testing firm opened at $40, shot up 11% mid- day, and closed around $42. quintiles leads a line of companies going public this week in a surging stock market. other offerings that priced include residential mortgage company pennymac, financial ser
jesus and michelle knight. >>> the nation's capital is gearing up for another battle over healthcare reform. president obama set to address the topic in a speech at the white house later today. he plans to emphasize how the law will help families. but house republicans plan another vote next week to repeal the healthcare law. >>> wall street opens the morning session off its high of the week. the dow closed down yesterday despite good numbers on jobless rate. down 22. the nasdaq fell 4. >>> as college students prepare for graduation day this month, many are leaving school with a lot more than just that diploma. a new survey found 60% regret borrowing so much money to finance their education. currently one in five households are carrying student loan debt. >> some high-tech thieves are behind bars this morning after stealing more than $45 million in a highly coordinated attack on banks around the world. 8 men in new york used reprogrammed prepaid debit cards to clean out accounts. 7 of those men have been arrested. the new york team of hackers netted $2 million. but the cyber crime included
care noise, i didn't always watch out for myself. with unitedhealthcare, i get personalized information and rewards for addressing my health risks. but she's still going to give me a heart attack. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. >>> i think the signing of today's bill into law represents the hard work of democrats and republicans coming -- this is a good example of -- of coming together and making progress on something that people had identified as a glaring blythe on the wall. >> that was former white house press secretary and current msnbc contributor robert gibbs. in 2010, on the day president obama signed the fair sentencing act, the purpose was to reduce a sentencing disparity from 100 to 1 to 118 to 1. >> it's for crack and powder cocaine offenses. they voted to retroactively apply the act. that gave 12,000 prisoners, 85% african-american the chance to have sentences reviewed and possibly reduced. in spite of that good news, the numbers of those incarcerated for drug offenses remains staggering. of the 2.3 million people in prison in the united states, 25% of them are
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